“GOD, SEX, AND THE BODY” with Alex Mackay
20-23 February, 2020 en Barcelona

In the dancing path of the 5Rhythms®, «God, Sex and the Body» is an initiation into being an embodied soul. It is a deeply personal journey, a celebration like no other, a ritual for the hot and holy you. 
It’s a call to stretch our imaginations and move through a spectrum of feminine and masculine archetypes, to dress them up, get inside them and give them expression. No one else can embody your soul, project your magic or have your specific curiosity. Part lover, part artist, part god, we were born to rock the world and feel our way into each others hearts. This workshop liberates and inspires us to emerge a bit more fascinated with each other and the mystery of it all.

Alex Mackay has been teaching 5Rhythms for over 2 decades and is known for light and depth in her teaching, using few well chosen words, and opening a sense of wonder. She is embodied, energetic and creative.

Her  teaching is spacious and embodied, full of spirit, depth and creativity.
She is the first teacher after Gabrielle Roth and Jonathan Horan to offer this 5Rhythms archetypal map.

PRACTICAL INFO
Dates: 20-23 February, 2020

This workshop is a 5Rhythms Teacher Training pre-requisite.

It will be taught in English with translation into Spanish.

Venue:

"La Caldera"
Eugeni d’Ors, 12
08028 Barcelona
Metro: Les Corts (Linea verde, L3)

Timetable:

Thursday 20th February: 12- 7pm
Friday 21st February: 12-7pm
Saturday 22nd: 11-5pm
Sunday 23rd:  11-5pm

Price:

Earlybird price if booked and paid for in full before 31 December, 2019: 345€

Workshop Price after 31 December, 2019: 395€

Deposit: 130€ (Non-refundable deposit to secure your place).

15% off Full Price for 5RTA Teachers.

Information and Bookings:

Leti Ruiz: 5ritmos@danzando5ritmos.com
Phone: +34 675 4373 97

“Your soul is a seeker, lover and artist; shape-shifting through archetypal energy,
between your darkness and fields of light, your body and spirit, your heaven and hell,
until you land in the moment of sweet surrender; when you, as a dancer, disappear into the dance.”
- Gabrielle Roth -